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Police investigate Silent Sam vandalism

Police are searching for someone who painted “black lives matter,” “KKK” and “murderer” on a University monument dedicated to Confederate soldiers.

Pictures of the Silent Sam monument appeared on social media Sunday morning. 834 more words

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Becker discusses strategic planning at porch discussion

RUBY WALLAU | Staff Photographer
President Tom Becker speaks about Chautauqua Institution’s strategic initiatives during the first Board of Trustees Porch Discussion on Hultquist Porch Wednesday morning. 648 more words


Rapid City libraries will need funding if county can't pay rural services contract

Originally published by the Rapid City Journal on July 2, 2015. Written by  John Lee McLaughlin Journal staff

Rapid City Public Libraries will be in a crunch for funding if Pennington County can’t pay up on a contract that ensures library services for rural residents, library trustee Rod Pettigrew said Wednesday. 176 more words

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Welcome to the 2015-16 Bar Year!

Our new MCBA year has begun as of yesterday! So today marks Neil Rowe’s second day on the job, and Steve Modica’s second day of Presidential retirement. 488 more words

Why I'm A Unitarian Universalist by Rich Young

One might expect me to use this last newsletter of my Board presidency to reflect on all that we’ve accomplished and where the church is heading. 849 more words


Has decision been made on the owner/operator of the water systems for two Oakland Township areas?

At the May 26, 2015 BOT meeting, the Board’s discussion alluded to the fact that the Board was still looking at several options on who will manage the water supply systems for two areas of Oakland Township.   209 more words

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Board action ensures state budget impasse won’t impact students

Two measures approved by the Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees ensure that college operations will continue as a midnight, June 30 deadline to adopt a state budget bears down on state lawmakers. 92 more words